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7 ' 8) . Using thermogravimetric experiments the reduction kinetics of the silica layer covering particle 43 Sintering of Silicon, Effect of the Sample Size on Silica Reduction Kinetics and Densification surfaces was investigated and modeled. % H2 (2 I h"') oxidation kinetics could be sketched as follow<7': - For temperatures lower than 1020 °C, samples experienced a mass gain, passive oxidation of silicon occurred with the formation of solid silica, Si02(S), according to reaction Ri (equilibrium constant AT/).
2i °> CUKU [-400) I (*22) I T* I f I 20 30 I l i I I Sr i Fe 1 1 Mo i J T 0 # Reference Pattern 40 50 GO T I I 70 80 Figure 5. X-ray spectrum of powder after reduction process. The phase analyses of the powders produced by no-isothermal reductions experiments until 1000°C were also examined by transmission electron microscopy. Fig 6a shows a high resolution TEM micrograph showing a nano-crystal of non-stoichiometric perovskite Sr2FeuMoo706 phase and its corresponding fast Fourier transform (FFT) pattern.
X-ray analysis carried out in the ball milled powders shows the presence of peaks corresponding to SrMoO^i which is a precursor of the SriFeMoOe compound. Fig 2 shows the X- ray diffraction patterns of the sample milled for 6 h. 38°, respectively. i phase formation. χΟβ Samples Produced by Solid-State Reaction 1 Figure 2. X-ray spectrum of powder after high energy mechanical alloyed for 6 h. The second step, corresponding to calcinations, of the synthesis route had the purpose of forming the second precursor phase, Sr2Fe20s.
Advances in Sintering Science and Technology II: Ceramic Transactions, Volume 232 by Suk-Joong L. Kang, Rajendra Bordia, Eugene A. Olevsky, Didier Bouvard